Just typing awayJust typing away by ~KaiVorail
The church clock strikes eight, so those villagers who are awake know without checking that it is six. A cock crows. A body lies across the doorstep of the church, a line of crumb-carrying ants marches across the fedora covering its face. There is a serene, momentary quiet after the chimes cease. A figure glides past the church wall, before the silence is cracked by baby crying.
Silence is broken in a small household down the street as a baby cries after awaking from its slumber in need of nourishment leaning tiresomely against a broomstick from a hard nights work with no end to her torment the woman is dead to the world. In
prometheus_cthis isn't the beginning of a new end or the fall of an old empire, but something entirely different. it's something a little like the quiet after a fight or the silence as a hundred people walk past you in a [lonely] crowded city. this is something like that.prometheus_c by ~Sepulchral-Roses
this is what it might feel like to become everything around you, to forget you exist. this is like realizing that it'll come back to haunt you, this is remembering you're not immortal. this is the few coldest days of winter and the hottest days of summer, and this is like the first time you tried a little, and you still fell. this is something like that.
but this is also like reaching
The Bard Upstaged?Hamlet's Soliloquy: So Easy, A Caveman Can Do It?The Bard Upstaged? by ~halfangelrisesagain
"To be or not to be-that is the question:" is one of the most well known lines to come out of Hamlet. From Act III, Scene 1, Lines 58-92, Hamlet delivers a power speech that has survived not only survived with the rest of the play, but it also has survived on it's own. Whether it has been re-enacted by Shakespearian actors either on stage or on the big screen, or it has been redone either to fit in for a commercial purpose, or it has been re-created just for fun. One example that I have found while researching for re-created examples of the soliloquy, in whic
Just maybe?Ok, I am an Anti-Twilight person as you may know from seeing some of my drawings and my favourites...Just maybe? by ~Maria-Mimosa
Here's something what I have to say:
Anti-Twilighters might be (as you say) as annoying and terrible as the (obsessed) Fangirls of Twilight and Robert Pattinson
But we are highly different from them...
Us Anti-Twilighters we... (reasoning may not apply to all...)
1. Never cross the line by threatening someone's life or assaulting them just because someone said they like twilight. We respect what they like and their taste, even if they get annoying by talking about it too much.
2. Have another things to daydream than to think how "
DownfallDownfall by `alexiuss
And in this dark harvest of season
My life has completely lost reason,
For which or against to decide.
All lost in a savage and endless, bleak tide
In sadness and in kindness
In light and in darkness.
In a boat made of hope
I shall sail to tomorrow,
In a winding hurricane
Made of treachery and sorrow.
There's a spear, endless, and colossal spear...
Piercing, slashing though my head.
Starting somewhere in heaven,
Ending somewhere in hell.
Fighting, burning, crying, crashing.
Are the armies within.
In my head they are all thrashing.
On the heaven's and hell's whim.
To be light or to be darkness.
A perpetual array.